- Includes: Table & Four Chairs
- Counter Height
- 16"" Extension Leaf
- Two Tone Finish
- Wire Brush, Gray Finish on Table Top and Seat
- White Finish on Table Base and Chair Base/Back
- One Drawer on Each Table End
- Straight Legs
- Cottage Chic Style
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||Acacia Wood; Acacia Veneer; MDF; Rubberwood; Plywood
||French Dovetail in Front; English Dovetail in Back; Groove, Glue & Nails; Ball Bearing Drawer Guide
|Bundle Package Individual Dimensions
||Table: 54x36x36, without leaf;Table: 54x54x36, with leaf;Chair: 23x18x42
||Table Top Thickness: 1""; Inner Distance Front Leg to Leg: 47; Inner Distance Side Leg to Leg: 47; Floor to Bottom of Table Top: 31; Seat Height: 23""; Floor to Stretcher: 7; Back Height: 19""; Seat Cushion Thickness: 2""
|Prop 65 Warning Label
||This product can expose you to chemicals including formaldehyde, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer.
|Prop 65 Chemical
|B&M Descriptive Copy
||The 5PC Counter Height Dining Set is the missing piece to your home! This set includes a table and four chairs. This table comes with a 16"" extension leaf to easily accommodate any last minute guests. Need a little extra storage space? No problem here, this table comes with a drawer on each end of the table. The chairs comes with a wooden seat and a slat back, perfecting that cottage chic style. The wire brush, gray finish is featured on the table top and on the seats, while the transitional white covers the bases and back of chairs. Add this set to your home to perfect the cottage chic style!
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